The first round of group stage has been ended and the second round has just begun with a second win of the hosts Russia. Yes, the hosts became the first team of 2018 FIFA World Cup to book a place in the Round of 16. Russia also became the second host nation to score eight goals in the first two games of FIFA World Cup. Their 3-1 victory against Egypt confirmed their qualification for the knock-out round.
FIFA World Cup 2018 20 June Matches
Get ready for another three matches a day action featuring big teams with the likes of Portugal, Uruguay, and Spain. Uruguay could be the second team to qualify for the next round. Meanwhile, Portugal and Spain have to collect three points to keep their hopes of proceeding alive.
Portugal vs Morocco
- Time: 5:30 pm [IST]
- Venue: Luzhniki Stadium
One of the group favourites, Portugal eyeing first win of the competition against Morocco who lost their first match against Iran. The Navigators played probably the best game of the competition so far against Spain. Cristiano Ronaldo was the start who did what others failed to do against Spain. See Portugal vs Morocco head to head record.
Uruguay Vs Saudi Arabia
- Time: 8:30 pm [IST]
- Venue: Rostov Arena
Uruguay are one win away from becoming the second team to qualify for the next round. If they do so, it will be their third consecutive appearance in the Round of 16. Saudi Arabia are looking to win first World Cup game in 24 years. Uruguay’s all-time top goalscorer has scored 51 goals for his national side. He is just one game away from playing 100 games for Uruguay.
Iran Vs Spain
- Time: 11:30 pm
- Venue: Kazan Arena
La Roja have another tough game ahead as the 2010 Champions to face group leaders Iran. The leaders need a win in order to proceed further. Win of Iran means Spain will be in danger once again. The Spaniards are expected to score as many goals as they can to avoid goal difference issue. Real Madrid defender Dani Carvajal is expected to make an appearance after missing the opener. Before enjoying this game, take a look at their head to head record.